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Former MLB Exec Bob DuPuy Rejoins Law Firm Foley & Lardner
Published February 7, 2011
DuPuy formerly was a partner with Foley & Lardner, serving as MLB's outside legal counsel beginning in '89 before joining the league in '98. DuPuy was then promoted to President & COO with the league in '02, but resigned last fall amid a falling out with Commissioner Bud Selig. In addition to those professional duties, DuPuy is serving as an adjunct professor at Cornell Univ. Law School, his alma mater.